Find out how you can keep your family's festive food traditions without ruining your diet.
Hanukkah celebrations are deeply rooted in customs that have been handed down for generations. This includes spending quality time with family and sharing traditional recipes. Make your family's Hanukkah a healthy one by switching up some of those not-so-healthy dishes with lighter fare.
Potato pancakes, traditionally called “latkes,” are a Hanukkah staple. This fried delicacy combines finely shredded potatoes with eggs and a range of other veggies to satisfy your palate.
For a lower carb and calorie version, try supplementing some parsnips! This root veggie contains a wide variety of vitamins, minerals and nutrients, including dietary fiber, potassium and vitamin C.
The parsnips in this potato-parsnip pancake recipe maximize taste, texture and health benefits!